runtime issues TOP45 using head
Ladner, Eric (Eric.Ladner)
Eric.Ladner at chevrontexaco.com
Thu Feb 12 16:45:07 EST 2004
What's this produce?
grep root /etc/passwd
grep ':0:' /etc/passwd
(those should produce the same line)
Also, log in as root and type 'id' and see what that produces if the
above produces any squirrely looking stuff.
There's got to be some userid/uid disconnect somewhere. You're on a
local disk that wasn't mounted with nosuid option. The only other thing
I can think of is root really isn't root.
Running a tusc or truss on sudo would be nice too.
From: Todd C. Miller [mailto:Todd.Miller at courtesan.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 3:37 PM
To: DBSMITH at OhioHealth.com
Cc: Ladner, Eric (Eric.Ladner); sudo-users at sudo.ws
Subject: Re: runtime issues TOP45 using head
Hmm, I've no idea what the problem is. I just configured sudo 1.6.7p5
on an HP-UX 11i machine with those exact configure options and it works
% ls -l /usr/local/etc/sudo/sudoers /usr/local/bin/sudo
---s--x--x 1 root root 242468 Feb 12 14:33 /usr/local/bin/sudo*
-r--r----- 1 root root 601 Feb 12 14:33 /usr/local/etc/sudo/sudoers
This is with everything on the local disk.
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